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The First 103.1 Wolf Sessions Brought Standing Room Only Crowd to Cheyenne Saloon



Orlando, FL - May 19, 2015 – Orlando’s newest country station, 103.1 The Wolf, brought a standing room only crowd to the Cheyenne Saloon on the 13th for their first Wolf Sessions Acoustic Concert Series. Bringing in nearly 1,000 people on a Wednesday night, the private concert included Kristian Bush of Sugarland, Johnny Bulford, Janell Wheeler and Diamond Dixie.


Kristian Bush’s “Southern Gravity”, released on April 7th, has been touted by Country Weekly as the “feel-good album of the year” with Rolling Stone delving into the meaning behind “Southern Gravity”. “Southern Gravity is a joyous and inspirational album, yet it was born out of tumultuous, even tragic, change. These songs are like post-it notes that you might put around your house as inspirational reminders," says Kristian. Johnny Bulford’s song "Flashlight", co-written with RCA artist Chris Young, was cut on Young's 2011 album "Neon", and secured his first #1 hit with Lee Brice's "A Woman Like You". Janell Wheeler, after making it as a finalist in American Idol,  moved to Nashville to pursue her country music career. In Nashville, Janell and Johnny formed country's newest duo, LOCKHART and are currently recording their debut album. Diamond Dixie, a sister duo, have been performing live at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge in Nashville and throughout the coastline of Florida, Orlando, Tampa, Miami and Daytona to the US Virgin Islands.


Those attending were registered to win a pair of boots from Boot Factory Orlando off of I-Drive as well as an exclusive 103.1 The Wolf Logo Drum Display provided by which was signed by the artists who performed at Wolf Sessions. Select a Head, based out of WA, produces patent-pending Logo Drum Displays for bands, artists, sports teams, etc. to offer to their fans as unique merchandise which hangs on their wall. 


The Wolf Sessions Green Room, exclusive to the artists, also included a gifting suite provided by Vero Beach-based Backstage Divas. Each artist received ‘gifts’ from:


  • Goody Good Stuff,, offering GMO-free, vegan, allergen-free gummy candies   
  • The Patisserie,, based out of Vero Beach provided healthy granola and cookies for green room attendees to snack on
  • Earth Friendly Products,, manufacturers of award-winning eco-friendly cleaning products including ECOS, the #1 selling green laundry detergent in the US
  • Demeter Fragrance, a line of scents drawn from memories including Mr. Bubble, New Baby, Grass, Rain, Snow and many more:
  • Love Gone Apparel, based out of Vero Beach, FL and founded by a 15-year old at the age of 10 after her parents divorced:
  • Seven Kings Guitar Picks with guitar accessories and custom printed guitar picks for all types of music:


“The entire night was a huge success,’ commented Bradford Nunnery, Promotions Coordinator for 103.1 The Wolf. “We couldn’t have asked for a better turnout and thank the entire team at 103.1 The Wolf for all the work they put in to make our first concert series a night that everyone will remember.”


Country music fans who would like to learn more about 103.1 The Wolf can do so online at Interested media may arrange a meeting with company management by calling (772) 633-8337.


Diamond Dixie

Johnny Bulford and Janell Wheeler of LOCKHART








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